Poor financial management is one of the largest struggles for budding entrepreneurs – in fact, 38% of UK startups cite running out of cash as the reason their startup failed.
With limited time and resources, it’s really important to make an effort to look after your finances. This will have a significant impact on your business in the long run.
To help you make sure your startup’s finances are up to scratch, we’re hosting a free lunchtime webinar in collaboration with accounting experts, Haines Watts. In this webinar we will be delving into the fundamentals of sorting out your finances as a startup.
Drop in to hear exclusive advice from Haines Watts partner Anoop Rehal, and Financielle co-founder Laura Pomfret, as they cover:
- How strong personal finances leads to strong business foundations
- Bossing your business budget – knowing your income and key business expenses
- Understanding what expenses drive value
- Keeping focused on your “why” – and why it matters for your finances
- Real time reporting and processes as you scale
- Financial forecasting – cash flow, resources and pipeline
Not only will we cover everything you need to know about financial forecasting, you also get the chance to ask your own questions.
How to register
This webinar has already taken place. You can however catch up with what you missed on our YouTube channel.
Anoop Rehal, Partner, Haines Watts
Haines Watts is dedicated to helping businesses overcome their challenges, realise their ambitions and create an impact. They offer our community exclusive access to accountancy advice that looks beyond the numbers.
Anoop has been working with ambitious entrepreneurs for more than 10 years. He specialises in assisting clients with the implementation of systems and transforming finance teams and processes. Specialist sectors include tech, insure tech and professional services.
Laura Pomfret, co-founder of Financielle and The Pitch 2021 finalist
Laura is co-founder of leading financial wellness app Financielle with her sister Holly. Together they are on a mission to help millions of women be financially well and do their part to close the gender wealth gap.
Their app is disrupting the financial industry, offering female-focused finance advice that helps people to take control of their money and be financially well.
Since launch they have partnered with leading brands such as PensionBee, Wealthify and Bequest – along with appearances in The Guardian, and a place on the Tech Nation Exchange Programme for emerging startups.